49-year-old Wayne Lamar Davis faces three burglary charges, which occurred within a 24-hour period. The first burglary occurred on July 28, 2014, at 8:00 a.m., when the suspect was seen at the rear door of the occupied residence located along the 400-block of 35th Street; The suspect, positively identified as Davis, entered the home, which forced the resident to scream. He then fled the area without any property.
The second reported incident was on July 28, 2014. The victim notified police of a burglary to a guest cottage along the 400-block of 36th Street. During that burglary, a bicycle was stolen. The victim subsequently located the stolen bicycle at a local pawn shop. The pawn slip noted the seller of the bicycle as Wayne Lamar Davis.
On July 28, 2014, a third burglary was reported along the 300-block of 33rd St. At approximately 3:20 p.m., the victim returned home and walked to the front of his home. The victim observed a subject peering out of the front window at him from inside the home. The suspect attempted to flee the residence with the victim’s property in his hands and pants pockets. The victim recovered his property, and the suspect fled on foot. Wayne Davis was positively identified from a photo lineup as the person seen inside the home.
Today, Wayne Davis was arrested; he did not provide a statement. He will be transported to the Palm Beach County Jail where he will face a judge in the morning in connection with two counts of Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling, one count of Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling, one count of Grand Theft, one count of Petit Theft, one count of Dealing in Stolen Property, and one count of False Verification of Ownership.